Dr N. Awasthi (Neha)
Employee - Analytical Chemistry & Chemometrics
Research coordinator - Interdisciplinary Research Platform
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
Internal postal code: 61
6500 GL NIJMEGEN
I completed my Ph.D. at Duke University, Durham NC, USA in the field of Computational Materials Physics in collaboration with Honda Research Inc., USA, investigating phase diagrams of transition metal catalyst nanoparticles for the growth of high purity single walled carbon nanotubes. Following this, I did my postdoctoral research in theoretical biophysics and obtained the Dorothea Schlözer Research Fellowship at the Georg-August-University at Göttingen, Germany, where I applied multi-scale simulation methods to investigate pore formation in lipid membranes to model the action of membrane-active peptides for drug delivery.
My current interests include data-driven models to understand underlying processes, and solutions to make them efficient, green and sustainable.
- Scientific research coordinator at the Faculty of Science Interdisciplinary Research Platform (IRP) More information
- Project coordinator Radboud team participating in the EU project AI-REGIO More information